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Brain’s motor signals sharpen sound perception, research suggests

18:34 EDT 6 Oct 2017 | News-Medical.net

Whether it is dancing or just tapping one foot to the beat, we all experience how auditory signals like music can induce movement. Now new research suggests that motor signals in the brain actually sharpen sound perception, and this effect is increased when we move in rhythm with the sound.

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